A twist, if looking for one in the future there could be some coastal subdivision. Every surfer worth his salt knows where the famous Stent Road break is. It's that well known that a sign is no longer at the top of the road. STENT ROAD is painted on a huge boulder that can't be taken as a memento.
Back to the farm. The hub of the farm is a well presented 30 aside cowshed. It is envisaged milking 220 cows comfortably on the 76 hectares. Further farm buildings among others include a whopping 15 bay implement shed, lockable workshop and a very large centrally located haybarn. There is 750,000 litres of effluent storage and the capability to cover 25 hectares with a failsafe irrigation system. Tracks are in very good order and being sub divided by well-trimmed boxthorn hedging as well as electric fencing the farm presents beautifully.
The main house consists of a very tidy 4 bedrooms and comes with an in-ground pool complete with a changing shed and toilet. A separate building is set up as a gym.
The second home is also in very good order and comes with a 4-car garage. This home provides a handy rental income.
The almost entirely flat property has had consistent re-grassing program in place since 2007. Pasture is in very good heart. Although not organic as such, the farm has been using an organic fertiliser programme.
Surfing, white baiting, Paua gathering and surf casting are on the doorstep of the property and just along the road is the Cape Egmont Boat Club where the snapper fishing doesn't get much better.
Stent Road, covering all bases.